Bed bugs and pests are a growing problem worldwide. The more we travel, the greater the risk of these insects spreading. There are a number of different pest control systems on the market, but Corroventa’s professional heating system tackles the problem quickly, easily and without the need for chemicals.
Corroventa is known for its high-quality products for dealing with water damage restoration, but with the bed bugs sanitation system they enter a new market.
Professional bed bugs sanitation
The system is made for professional bed bugs sanitation. It is supplied complete with a H4 ES heater, with remote control through SuperVision®, sensors and an insulating tent with accompanying floor insulation and tent frame. The system has few components and is therefore simple to both set up and use. It can be installed by one person and the process can be monitored remotely with SuperVision®.
The heating system tackles pests without the need for chemicals and is therefore the ideal solution in terms of health and the environment.
Optimal solution for affected hotels
If a hotel is affected by bed bugs it can easily be a disaster. Corroventa’s new system takes care of the problem quickly, efficiently and discreetly. It operates silently and has no smell. The tent, which can easily hold all the furniture from a hotel room, can be set up quickly in the affected building.
– The excellent insulation means the process is quick, cost-effective and energy efficient, with minimal risk of the problem spreading to other rooms, says Magnus Henriksson, R&D Engineer at Corroventa. He continues:
– The insulating tent and its case have been designed to ensure maximum discretion, with hotel guests and neighbours in mind.
SuperVision® provides total process control
The heater is a member of Corroventa’s ES family, and thus consumes less energy than traditional machines. With SuperVision® the process can be controlled and monitored remotely using a computer, mobile phone or tablet. This enables considerably more assignments to be carried out simultaneously, while reducing the amount of travel engineers are required to do to monitor the process on site.